Tag Archives: Academic

Scalability post – HemeLB

Each week on the InSilico World and CompBioMed Slack Scalability channel one of our research group outlines the work that they have done to scale their codes. We are happy that 60 experts have already joined this channel and we would like more interaction and discussions taking place on the channel around the codes being described…

CompBioMed Joins eInfraCentral

eInfraCentral is a Coordination and Support Action funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework programme. Its mission is to ensure that by 2020 a broader and more varied set of users benefits from European e-Infrastructures. The project answers researchers’ and service providers’ need for a catalogue and platform where all can browse, search, compare and…

A Mechanistic Model for Predicting Cell Surface Presentation of Competing Peptides by MHC Class I Molecules

A Mechanistic Model for Predicting Cell Surface Presentation of Competing Peptides by MHC Class I Molecules Denise S. M. Boulanger (1), Ruth C. Eccleston (2,3), Andrew Phillips (4), Peter V. Coveney (2,3,) Tim J. Elliott (1) and Neil Dalchau (4) 1 Centre for Cancer Immunology and Institute for Life Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of…

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